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#6598 | Unisex's

Shak Two Layer Glove

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The Ibex Promise
Our most loved Shak fabric is cut into a perfect mid-weight glove. A glove built from 100% wool, ready to take on the elements alone.

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Tech Specs:

Signature Shak fabric in an all around mid-weight wool glove

Cool/cold weather wool stand-alone glove
Low profile gusseted cuff with Velcro® tab
21 Micron
380 g/m2
Garment Weight (oz): 5.98

Fabric:

Shak

We start with the best New Zealand Merino wool to make a range of insulative yet breathable midlayers that outdoor enthusiasts swear by. This exclusive knit is square and dense, creating a rugged yet soft fabric with inherent stretch and long-wearing durability. Our Shak fabric is best used as a midlayer but is soft enough to wear as an expedition-weight baselayer and substantial enough to be used as an outerlayer in some conditions. No matter how you wear it, the performance is unbeatable. Machine washable. 100% Merino Wool

Fiber Source: New ZealandWhere the fibers of this fabric are sourced.

Fabric Source: New ZealandWhere the fibers are knit or woven into this fabric.

Garment Source: Sri LankaWhere the fabric is assembled into this garment.

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Why did you choose this?
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Stylish design with warmth
Roger W on Jun 30, 2015
Great for everything in cold weather.
Walks, driving, hiking, on the mountains, the list goes on.
This thing served well on Annapurna Trails and layered well over a liner.
rajan p on Jun 4, 2015
Stylish design with warmth
Roger W on Jun 30, 2015
I love the shak material in long sleeve shirts/jackets and in gloves.
Lynn S on Jun 20, 2015
Great for everything in cold weather.
Walks, driving, hiking, on the mountains, the list goes on.
This thing served well on Annapurna Trails and layered well over a liner.
rajan p on Jun 4, 2015
Fall/Winter Hiking
Kristin D on Jun 2, 2015
It get's cold in Stockton in the winter and I have a pair of these that I love, I got this pair for my father.
Neil C on May 7, 2015
for bicycling
Sarah M on Apr 26, 2015
pre-needed replacements for future lost gloves...
John E. on Apr 22, 2015
I need some new biking gloves. I think these should work out quite well, but it would be rad if you made some biking gloves with slightly shorter cuffs. I think you'd sell a bunch, so you should make some, word
Seth E on Apr 20, 2015
A great gift idea for men, who are always prefer something practical.
elizabeth g on Apr 13, 2015
Need a warm pair of winter gloves for work.
Melissa H on Apr 9, 2015
need warm gloves & n sale
Elaine O on Apr 6, 2015
I love the shak material in long sleeve shirts/jackets and in gloves.
Lynn S on Jun 20, 2015
Fall/Winter Hiking
Kristin D on Jun 2, 2015
4.3 / 5.0
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Warm gloves, just not for road biking.
I purchased these gloves for my husband who races road bikes. We live in Louisiana and during a cool morning (not cold by any means) these gloves did not keep my husband's hands warm. They are good gloves, just not made for cool weather biking.
January 6, 2014
Fantastc, yet not durable
I commute by bicycle year round in Boston. These gloves are super comfortable and provide great warmth, while wicking away moisture. I've had two pairs of these gloves. Neither pair has made it through two seasons (Winter & Spring) before developing multiple holes in the liner and in the heavy wear spots on the exterior. I love these gloves, but can't justify the expense as they just don't hold up
January 20, 2014
Nice but not durable enough
These gloves are warm, and great for working in cold weather. However, after only one field season in Wisconsin (about 10 weeks), both gloves were splitting at the seams in multiple places and I completely wore through the leather in both index fingers. I expected more durability for the price. Otherwise I loved the glove.
April 19, 2014
not well made
I would agree with Casey from Indiana. Received these gloves last xmas 2013. Fingers seams started to split almost immediately after casual use. Just talked to a service rep (nov. 2014) and they were very helpful and are sending me a new pair. I recommended an improvement to the glove might be more leather around the fingers or a different material on the side. They said they are thinking of chang
November 19, 2014
Perfect Winter Running Glove!
Just received these and have done runs down to 10�F, which seems to be about their limit for toasty fingers (0�F for protected but cold fingers) while running for hours. They breath well, without allowing the wind through much, so they do not get clammy after running for an hour or more at these temps.

If you need an aerobic activity glove this is an excellent choice.
December 1, 2011
Warmest gloves ever
These are the warmest gloves I ever had which suits in cold weather for cycling.
March 27, 2012
Amazing!
I got these for my husband for Christmas. I tried them on myself, and found the fingers long enough for a man, but too long for my woman's hand. He absolutely loves them and uses them for skiing and also for his frequent business travels to cold and wintery Canada.
January 21, 2014
Better than Smartwool
Lost one glove of each pair, these Shak and the like Smartwool that I had prior. Wore mismatched gloves for a season and was amazed how the Shak knit kept my hands exponentially warmer while active. Ended up buying another new pair of Shak 2 layer because it made such a big difference. Highly recommend.
April 24, 2015
Purchased
5 months ago
Classy and warm
I find these gloves to be a perfect weight with a great amount of warmth. I will be putting them to the test working outdoors in Vermonts cold windy days.I don't like bulky gloves and find these to fit great.
February 19, 2012
great gloves
use walking with trekking poles in mild winter and cooler temps the rest of the year
March 6, 2012